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Flyers top Blues 4-1 for 5th straight win

Saturday, 22 March 2014 22:17 Published in Sports
 
PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- Scott Hartnell and Brayden Schenn each scored in the second period to rally the Philadelphia Flyers to a 4-1 win Saturday over the St. Louis Blues and a fifth straight victory.
 
Jakub Voracek and Wayne Simmonds added goals, and Steve Mason made 32 saves to help Philadelphia improve to 12-2-1 in its last 15 games to maintain its hold on second place in the Metropolitan Division.
 
Jaden Schwartz opened the scoring 6:23 into the game, finishing a 2-on-1 short-handed opportunity after taking a feed from Kevin Shattenkirk. Schwartz's wrist shot from close range went under the glove of Mason.
 
St. Louis needed one point in the game to become the first Western Conference team to clinch a playoff spot.
 
Goaltender Ryan Miller lost for the second time as a member of the Blues since being traded from Buffalo on Feb. 28. Miller had his first setback in Wednesday's 4-0 defeat at Chicago, a game in which he was pulled after allowing four goals on 27 shots. He fell to 7-2-1 with St. Louis.
 
The Flyers dominated the second period when they erased a 1-0 deficit with a pair of goals to enter the final period ahead 2-1. Hartnell tied the game 57 seconds into the period when he finished from right in front of the crease after a cross-ice pass from Voracek.
 
Miller appeared to try to stop the pass and was caught slightly out of position, and Hartnell fired a wrister high into the open side of the net.
 
Schenn put Philadelphia up a goal when he scored on a rebound with 6:36 left in the period.
 
Simmonds took the initial shot after receiving a pass from Schenn. Miller's rebound went right to Schenn, who went top shelf with a backhander over the sprawling Blues goaltender.
 
Mason preserved Philadelphia's one-goal lead with a pair of strong saves on Derek Roy with nine minutes remaining on a power play by St. Louis. Schwartz took the initial shot and the rebound went to Roy, who was stopped by Mason's pads on his first attempt and gloved on the second.
 
Voracek provided a cushion when he beat Miller high to the stick side with 4:19 left. Hartnell stole the puck along the boards, fed to Claude Giroux in the right circle and Giroux passed to wide-open Voracek.
 
Simmonds scored an empty-netter with 2:54 remaining.
 
Flyers winger Steve Downie was lost for the game with an upper body injury after a collision with Patrik Berglund early in the contest. Downie had his head turned when he skated right into Berglund near the boards at center ice. Downie missed four games this season after suffering a concussion during a fight against Washington on Nov. 2.
 
Giroux had four of the 11 Philadelphia penalties. His eight penalty minutes were one-fourth of the total penalty minutes (32) he entered with this season.
 
The Central Division-leading Blues entered the game leading the Western Conference in points and tied with Boston for most points in the NHL with 101.
 
Notes: St. Louis LW Magnus Paajarvi returned after missing the last three games with an upper body injury. The Blues remained without D Jordan Leopold (ankle) and RW Vladimir Tarasenko (hand). .. It was the first meeting between the teams since Oct. 22, 2011 when the Blues won 4-2 in Philadelphia. ... The teams will meet for the second time this season on April 1 in St. Louis. After playing with a plain white mask in his first nine games with St. Louis, Miller unveiled a music-themed goalie mask on Saturday. ... Blues RW T.J. Oshie, who entered with a team-best 54 points, went to the locker room with 11 minutes remaining after blocking a slap shot from Simmonds in the slot but later returned.

Adams homers, Wacha goes 7, Cardinals beat Astros

Saturday, 22 March 2014 22:15 Published in Sports
 
KISSIMMEE, Fla. (AP) -- Matt Adams hit a homered among his two hits and drove in three runs, lead the St. Louis Cardinals past the Houston Astros, 5-2, Saturday.
 
Michael Wacha gave up two runs in seven innings, his longest outing of the spring. He allowed two runs and struck out eight without allowing a walk.
 
"I'm pretty happy with how it's going," Wacha said. I am just stretching myself out. I'll be ready in two weeks."
 
Mark Ellis played three innings at second base for the Cardinals. He is competing with Kolten Wong for the starting job at second base. Ellis is recovering from left knee tendinitis. He was signed as a free agent from the Los Angeles Dodgers during the off season. He had a hit and scored a run in three at-bats.
 
"I feel good and better than ever," said Ellis, who batted .270 in 46 games for the Dodgers last season. "I just want to keep progressing and getting better."
 
Brett Oberholtzer, who was named the No. 3 starter in the Astros' rotation, allowed five runs in five innings as his ERA rose to 11.00.
 
Jose Altuve homered for the Astros.
 
STARTING TIME
 
Cardinals: Manager Mike Matheny said that Wacha is ready to start the season right now. "He had a nice game and he's ready," Matheny said. "He has made some adjustments and when you have no walks in two straight games, that's pretty good."
 
Wacha has a 1.76 ERA this spring and hasn't allowed a walk in 10 2-3 innings.
 
Astros: Oberholtzer said he isn't concerned about his inflated ERA and is ready for opening day. He will follow Scott Feldman and Jarred Cosart in the Astros' rotation. The final two spots haven't been named.
 
Oberholtzer gave up four runs in the first inning, but still went a spring-high five innings.
 
"I had a rough first inning, but I was satisfied after that," Oberholtzer said. "During the course of a season, that is going to happen. I got some pitches up, but I'm still preparing for opening day."
 
WHAT A RELIEF
 
Astros reliever Chad Qualls pitched an inning with one strikeout. He is a candidate to be the Astros closer, but said he has no idea how the scenario will play out.
 
"You have to go two doors down," said Qualls, pointing toward manager Bo Porter's office. "Who knows. I feel good. I am locating my pitches and getting my fastball over."
 
Qualls went 5-2 with a 2.61 ERA for the Miami Marlins last season.
 
BIG IMPRESSION
 
The Cardinals' Keith Butler allowed onoe hit in an inning of relief. His Grapefruit League ERA is 8.64 but Matheny said he was impressed by Butler.
 
"He was really crowding the zone with his fastball," Matheny said. "I haven't seen that from him before. I like what I saw."
 
JEFFERSON CITY---Water leaks cost you money–money that essentially goes down the drain.  There are several things that consumers can do to conserve water and at the same time save money on their bill.
According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), household leaks can waste more than 1 trillion gallons of water annually nationwide.  The average household’s leaks can account for more than 10,000 gallons of water wasted every year, or the amount of water needed to wash 270 loads of laundry. About 10 percent of the homes have leaks that waste 90 gallons or more of water per day. The EPA estimates that fixing easily corrected household water leaks can save homeowners about 10 percent on their water bills.
To help consumers find and repair easy-to-fix leaks and to promote conservation, the Missouri Public Service Commission is supporting the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Fix-a- Leak Week, March 17-23, 2014.
“Water is essential to our existence.  It is vitally important that we do all that we can to preserve this critical resource,” said PSC Chairman Robert Kenney.  “Fixing water leaks will not only save money on water bills, it will also help conserve water for future generations to enjoy.”
According to the EPA, a good method to check for leaks is to examine your winter water usage.  It is likely that a family of four has a serious water leak problem if its winter water use exceeds 12,000 gallons per month.
Here are some tips to save water:
-- Check for leaks. Silent toilet leaks can be found by putting a few drops of food coloring into the tank and seeing if color appears in the bowl before you flush. Don’t forget to check irrigation systems and spigots, too.
-- Twist and tighten pipe connections.
-- Replace the fixture if necessary.
-- Install a water saving showerhead; they use one-third the amount of water that a regular showerhead uses.
-- Turn off the tap while shaving or brushing teeth.
-- Keep drinking water in the refrigerator instead of letting the faucet run until the water is cool.
For more tips, visit our website at www.psc.mo.gov

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